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1 cup citric acid, 2 cups baking soda, a spritz bottle of water. Spray water from the spray bottle into the mixture. Mix with your hands and add a little more water. Use one or two sprays at a time until your mixture clumps when you ball it up in your hands. Do not use too much water or the bath ball may begin fizzing. Pack into mold!

Bath Snowballs These fragrant spheres for the bath (we scented ours with peppermint oil) are made by packing Epsom salts into a plastic mold; the "snowballs" can be tinted any color. How to Make Bath Snowballs

Snowflake wreath made of Popsicle sticks. Genius!

popsicle stick snowflake wreath- would also be cute with some glitter or Epsom salt. Awesome craft for the kids to do!

How to Make Bath Bombs Without Citric Acid (with Pictures)

Find crafts and recipes to make with citric acid. These are great activity ideas that use citric acid. Have fun with these things to do with citric acid.

15 Homemade Christmas Gifts that Aren't Cheesy

What to make for grandparents this year for Christmas presents is no longer the question! Here are the best gift ideas to make for your grandparents! These home made gifts are perfect for grandma and grandpa and include pictured tutorials for a family tr…


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Posted to remind myself..

Inspirational quote - Sometimes we need someone to simply be there. Not to fix anything or do anything in particular, but just to let us feel we are supported and cared about. From my sweet friend from SA.

"For beautiful eyes, look for the good in others. For beautiful lips, speak only words of kindness. I love these words by Audrey Hepburn It just feels good to see the beauty in others. When you do this, the beauty shines from within you.